[FrontRangeBUG] January Meetup

Deb Goodkin deb at freebsdfoundation.org
Wed Jan 16 18:15:35 EST 2019

We are still on for tomorrow! I just landed in beautiful CO. ��

On Wed, Jan 16, 2019, 13:52 Trent Thompson <trentnthompson at gmail.com wrote:

> Greetings!
> Are we still on for tomorrow evening in Boulder?
> On Wed, Jan 2, 2019, 4:20 PM Deb Goodkin <deb at freebsdfoundation.org wrote:
>> Happy New Year FreeBSD Peeps!
>> Who would like to start up the Front Range User Group meetings again? I
>> was thinking of having our first meeting of the year on January 10 or 17 at
>> our new Boulder office. I will need to reserve a conference room for this.
>> Our address is 2222 14th Street, Boulder, and we're in the YWCA building.
>> a
>> I have a goal this year that I was thinking of incorporating into some of
>> the meetups and I wanted to get your input. I want to set up a FreeBSD
>> system that I can use for 80% of my work tasks by EuroBSDCon. I was
>> thinking for this first meeting, we could talk about what options are
>> available for running FreeBSD on bare metal, versus a virtual machine, like
>> I'm currently doing. Plus, I want my system to be lightweight since I will
>> take it traveling with me.
>> I also have another goal this year, and that is to offer Intro to FreeBSD
>> workshops at universities in the Rocky Mountain Region. That could include
>> Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Nebraska,... I'd like to find people who
>> would be interested in helping run these.
>> Let me know if you would like to attend a meetup this month and whether
>> the 10th or 17th or both works for you.
>> Deb
>> --
>> Deb Goodkin
>> Executive Director
>> The FreeBSD Foundation
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